magnio+lc-techtalk at pvv.ntnu.no
Mon Jul 13 07:01:03 UTC 2009
On 2009-07-12 17:26:13 -0500, Linda said:
> IIRC you have to set the two machinex.domains as aliases for
> domain.com. Then you'll need mx records that point to the two
> servers. Give them a lower priority (higher number) than the primary
> address so they won't get in the way of the main mail domain. Make the
> user at machine either an alias of or forward to user at domain.
What you are suggesting, is that the two machines will act as mail
servers along with the main server. This means they should be up 24/7,
AND that they should have the same anti-spam software as on the main
server, including any database with greylisting/blacklistingdata.
This may work, but I think the solution I suggest in another mail is
easier and also scales well in case it's not only machine1 and machine2,
but machine[001-999] with different operating systems. (Of course the
system on each machine should be configured to use user at domain.com
rather than user at machineXXX.domain.com as sender of email so as few
users as possible end up announcing and using the machine-address. For
simplicity, not security.)
sash is very good for you.
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